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8 Things About Governance and Social Media

AIIM expert blogger Jeffrey Lewis takes a look at eight reasons why you need to consider governance of your use of social media

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AIIM Introduces Social Media Governance Training Program

I am pleased to announce that AIIM has just introduced the AIIM Social Media Governance Practitioner course. This course covers the processes, roles and responsibilities, and instruments required to successfully bring social media into the organization's governance framework for compliance, legal and regulatory requirements, and best practices for information management

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Social Media Governance: The Policy Part 2

In my last post I talked about some of the unique considerations social media brings to governance generally and policies in particular. So let me start with the point that an organization may not need a social media policy at all. This sounds counterintuitive in light of that post and given that the new Social Media Governance Practitioner course has several modules on the policy

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Social Media Gover-What?

No, social media governance is not an oxymoron. But governance for social is different in some ways from how we've approached it with other types of information

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"We don't do social media here." Really?

I had an interesting discussion last week about social media and governance. The person's perspective was that his organization didn't have to worry about social media governance because his IT team blocks the more common services like Facebook, Twitter, etc. at the firewall

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Relationship between Content Management and Social Media

Last time we focused on the Relevancy of ECM, but today we focused on the intersection of ECM and Social Media...This isn’t just governance and the control of content...How important is governance for Enterprise 2.0?

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